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prejudice

US [ˈpredʒədɪs]
UK [ˈpredʒʊdɪs]
  • n.偏见;成见
  • v.损害;使怀有(或产生)偏见;有损于
  • Web歧视;侵害;伤害
Plural Form:prejudices  Present Participle:prejudicing  Past Tense:prejudiced  
prejudice
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n.
1.
[u][c]
偏见;成见an unreasonable dislike of or preference for a person, group, custom, etc., especially when it is based on their race, religion, sex, etc.
a victim of racial prejudice
种族偏见的受害者
Their decision was based on ignorance and prejudice.
他们的决定是基于无知和偏见。
There is little prejudice against workers from other EU states.
对来自其他欧盟国家的劳工可说并无偏见。
I must admit to a prejudice in favour of British universities.
我得承认我对英国大学有所偏爱。
IDM
They agreed to pay compensation without prejudice(= without admitting guilt ) .
他们同意赔偿,但不承认有罪。
without prejudice (to sth)
不损害其他权益;无损于合法权利without affecting any other legal matter
They agreed to pay compensation without prejudice(= without admitting guilt ) .
他们同意赔偿,但不承认有罪。
v.
1.
~ sb (against sb/sth)
使怀有(或产生)偏见to influence sb so that they have an unfair or unreasonable opinion about sb/sth
The prosecution lawyers have been trying to prejudice the jury against her.
控方律师一直力图使陪审团对她产生偏见。
2.
~ sth
损害;有损于to have a harmful effect on sth
Any delay will prejudice the child's welfare.
任何延误都会损及这个孩子的身心健康。

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